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Shannons Vocabulary Game
Shannons Vocabulary Game
Shannons Vocabulary Game
Shannons Vocabulary Game
Shannons Vocabulary Game
Shannons Vocabulary Game
Shannons Vocabulary Game
Shannons Vocabulary Game
Shannons Vocabulary Game
Shannons Vocabulary Game
Shannons Vocabulary Game
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Shannons Vocabulary Game

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  • 1. Using Vocabulary Games to Address the Needs of the Diverse English Language Learner Brought to you by: Shannon E Johnson University of Phoenix Structured English Immersion Pete Chavez
  • 2. Objective
    • To learn key subject oriented vocabulary in a creative environment to stimulate a variety of learning styles.
    • To use technology in a manner that is conducive to the strengths of visual, kinesthetic, and musical intelligences. While simultaneously strengthening the intelligences of students who may not depict strength in such areas.
    • To heighten students desire to practice and make what they have learned applicable in creative ways
    • Increase the likelihood of retention by encouraging students to use key vocabulary and make it applicable to a “real life” scenario
    • Improve the student’s confidence in his or her English abilities
  • 3. Target Audience
    • This game is intended to address the diverse needs of learners ages 5-6 years of age, who are classified as English language learners within a heterogeneous or small classroom setting.
  • 4. Rules of the Game
    • At the beginning of each slide, the teacher will click on the slide to bring forth the animal image.
    • The teacher will then ask students “What animal do you see?”
    • Then. the teacher will click within the slide a second time to bring forth the animal name letter by letter.
    • Next, the teacher will click on the sound icon to enable students to hear the spelling and pronunciation of the animal name.
    • The teacher will click the sound icon a second time, and encourage students to spell and pronounce aloud with the sound bite.
  • 5. Learning Outcomes
    • At the game’s conclusion, English language learners will have used visual, audio, and kinesthetic components to learn which animals they may encounter at a zoo and how to effectively identify them.
  • 6. What animal do you see?
    • GIRAFFE
  • 7. What animal do you see?
    • SNAKE
  • 8. What animal do you see?
    • POLAR
    • BEAR
  • 9. What animal do you see?
    • SEAL
  • 10. What animal do you see?
    • FLAMINGO
  • 11. Thanks for playing! 

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